2022 Detroit Auto Show Charity Preview to benefit C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital
One of Detroit’s most exclusive, high-profile events is back — and this year, it is supporting the Little Victors at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital.
Tickets for the North American International Auto Show Charity Preview are now on sale, with proceeds benefiting Mott and five other children’s charities in southeast Michigan. This is the first time that Mott has been selected as a beneficiary of the popular philanthropic event, which has raised more than $121 million for children’s charities since 1976.
The black-tie gala will be Friday, Sept. 16, at Huntington Place (formerly TCF Center/Cobo) in downtown Detroit. Charity Preview will be held indoors and outdoors for the first time and will feature three stages with three genres of soon-to-be-announced entertainment.
Charity Preview all access tickets are $400 each or $700 per pair and will admit guests to the entire Detroit Auto Show indoor and outdoor campus, including the VIP ribbon-cutting ceremony inside Huntington Place, the show floor and all activities in Hart Plaza.
Capping off the events inside Huntington Place will be a special appearance by an iconic musical guest on the main auto show floor.
Attendees can designate C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital as the beneficiary when purchasing Charity Preview tickets. This will provide resources to the Mott physicians, researchers and programs that are driving important breakthroughs in pediatric medicine and improving the lives of Mott patients and families.
For more information, visit naias.com/charity-preview-tickets.